There is something about this album I like very much. At times I recalled Stereolab, at times Mitski, and Curve, Pavement, Women. But it’s more a “spiritual” connection. Overall, very good.
“Thought I was the only one. Turned out I was everyone.“
A mix between Cocteau Twins, Lowlife, Curve influenced dream pop and teen pop à la Britney Spears (or who is popular today?). Interesting.
The LP is an improvement over the 2018’s debut EP, although the first song from the latter is very good.
So good. Like coming back to the early 90’s slowcore/dream pop scene. Nostalgic Red House Painters’esque basslines.
Not a complaint, but I did notice that And Then There’s You is a child of Bedhead’s Haywire.
Anyway, I like both a lot.
The sound on the first track is unbelievable. Overall, very good effort. The cover song is great too.
Elena Tonra’s solo album is wonderful. There is not a weak song on the album. I must say I prefer it much more than Daughter’s work. There are influences of Arab Strap, The National, Radiohead, PJ Harvey’s “Is This Desire?”, other names I struggle to recall. It is very eclectic and enjoyable, I highly recommend you to listen. It’s a shame I found it with a lag.